Wikipedia (not the most reliable source, I know) lists all the Fleischer/Famous Studios Popeye cartoons in the Public Domain, These five haven't been uploaded yet. I checked the later ones with USCO, but I don't have the wherewithal to check the earlier ones. If I'm in error, let me know so I can take the offenders down.
May 7, 2011 Subject:
Those were the days!
These five Popeye cartoons run the gamut from the early black and whites to the color ones of the '50s that accompanied the double features. The older ones also used to be on afternoon TV, so the war babies and the boomers were privileged to see what their parents had enjoyed 20-30 years earlier.
Seger's Popeye was a blessing to the comic strips and movie cartoons — a dumpy little guy with a heart of gold who, with the help of canned spinach, can get himself and anyone else out of the worst jams. I loved the Popeye comic books too.
Many thanks to the one who has made these available through the Internet Archive, a blessing for all of us who like to explore the popular cultural history of the past.